Lymphedema Therapist Holistically Heals Post-Surgical Patients

April 19, 2021

Kathleen Lisson is a a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and Board Certified Massage Therapist in San Diego. She help clients heal holistically from plastic surgery including liposuction, Brazilian butt lift and tummy tuck with lymphatic massage, guided meditation, postop exercises and nutrition tips. Salonpas sat down with Kathleen to learn more about her world: What does […]

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Is Your Body Hungry or Your Soul? – Interview with Bracha Goetz on New Memoir

April 12, 2021

Bracha Goetz is a Harvard educated author of 38 picture books for children who talks with Salonpas about how she overcame food addictions and inspires others to do so. Her memoir, Searching for God in the Garbage, is an extremely candid memoir about overcoming food addictions joyfully. She welcomes her readers to a transformative experience that asks, […]

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Meditating to Center: Meet Tony Pham

April 5, 2021

Tony Pham started meditating in 2010 during a difficult time when he began to question all the stories people told him about who he was supposed to be. He has sat in multiple 10-day silent meditation retreats. Over the past five years, he has guided meditation for hundreds of people across North America. Salonpas sat down with Tony to learn more […]

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Wellness Platform Shakes Up Status Quo

March 29, 2021

1AND1 LIFE is a mental health, lifestyle, and fitness platform ran by two very successful African American Men made to educate their readers on essential topics of race, mental health, fitness, and wellness. Salonpas sat down with the co-founders Corey Lewis and Thomas Drew who created this platform because they believe that while fitness is no longer […]

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Digital Physical Therapy Takes Off

March 22, 2021

Nick Salinas is a doctor of physical therapy and owner of Functional Movement Therapy, PLLC. Salonpas sat down with Nick to learn more about Functional Movement Therapy, a digital physical therapy & wellness company focused on providing answers, treatment, and results to people all over the US – at the click of a button.  The company’s expertise […]

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Meet Butch Phelps – Muscle Therapist and Salonpas Wellness Warrior

March 15, 2021

Butch Phelps, B.S., LMT is a muscle therapist, who owns the Muscle Repair Shop in Sarasota, Florida, whose mission is to help people stop their chronic pains at any age. He created the Stretch n’ Release Technique that identifies the true cause of the pain, provides tools to solve the pain, and sends custom videos […]

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New Recommendation: Use Topical Pain Relievers First, When Treating Certain Injuries

March 8, 2021

This article was originally filed in Musculoskeletal injuries – like those that impact the ankle, neck, and knee – are common and lead to many visits to the emergency room (ER) or doctor’s office. In fact, 15% of all ER visits and three out of four injuries treated in doctors’ offices are musculoskeletal injuries. While these injuries rarely […]

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Pain-Free Fitness with Mariah

March 1, 2021

Mariah Heller is the Owner and Creator of Pain-Free Fitness who helps busy professionals get pain-free in 10 minutes a day. She is a Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Massage Therapist, chronic pain educator, lecturer, gym co-founder, NPC bikini competitor, and coach for over a decade. Mariah has worked with hundreds of clients over the course […]

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Role of Physical Therapy in Reducing Pain

February 22, 2021

Interview with Dave Endres, Physical Therapist and Co-Founder of SPEAR Physical Therapy in New York City After graduating from Touro College, Dave worked for the Board of Education where he treated children with severe physical disabilities and gained extensive experience in an outpatient physical therapy setting.  Dave realized that helping children and adults eliminate or […]

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Why Bonnie ‘Rules!’

February 15, 2021

Bonnie Frankel, author of Bonnie’s Theory – Finding the Right Exercise,  is long-time athlete and sports activist, and the oldest female to compete in a Division 1 collegiate sport (swimming) by changing an N.C.A.A. (National Collegiate Athletic Association) rule, in 1993.  Now known as “The Bonnie Rule”, it made history. This applies to female student-athletes […]

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